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Left out: Wisconsin struggles to reach uninsured for health care signup

8:39 PM, Oct. 27, 2013
Tracey Ludvik sits in her Wausau home.
Tracey Ludvik sits in her Wausau home.

Jonathon Humbert is looking forward to Obamacare. He just isn't sure what it is.

The 44-year-old taxi driver from Appleton had no inkling the Affordable Care Act could be the answer to his lack of health insurance until his ex-girlfriend's social worker mentioned it on Oct. 9.

"I don't quite understand exactly what Obamacare is, but it's nice to have it (as an option)," said Humbert, who has been uninsured for six months. "It's better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it." ...

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